Centerfielder J.D. Drew rewrote the NCAA record book from 1995-97. Drew became the only player in Division I history to hit 30 home runs and steal 30 bases as a junior in 1997. He was only the third player in NCAA history to record a triple-triple — 100 hits, 100 runs, 100 RBI. He broke 17 FSU and ACC records, including season batting average, career slugging percentage and ACC season and career home runs with 59. He was named Player of the Year by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, The Sporting News and the ACC, and received both the Dick Howser and Golden Spikes trophies. Drew was also named to the College World Series All-Decade team and was eighth in Baseball America’s collegiate “Player of the Century” poll.